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Saturday - 5:00pm
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Tuesday - 7:00am
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December 2019

Re Classes: 8, 15


No RE: December 1st, 22nd & 29th 

Adult Faith Formation: Sunday, Dec. 1st

St. Nicholas Day celebrated: December 8th

6th & 7th Grade Reconciliation:  December 15th

Vigil Project Concert - December 8th - 4:00 PM

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Liturgical Year Commentary

Dec. 5 Thursday of the First Week of Advent, Weekday

St. Sabbas is pictured as an abbot with an apple. He was once tempted to eat an apple outside of the prescribed mealtime, whereupon he vowed never to eat apples again. The Martyrology says: "At Mutala in Cappadocia the holy abbot Sabbas; in Palestine he gave the shining example of a holy life. Untiringly he labored in defense of the true faith against those opposing the Council of Chalcedon." In Jerusalem he built a famous laura (as oriental monasteries are called), which bears his name. When the Arabs later conquered the Holy City, the monks fled to Rome, where they built a monastery and introduced the veneration of their saint. In the Eastern Church St. Sabbas ranks high in popular devotion; he is distinguished by the titles "God-bearer, the Saint, Citizen of the Holy City, Star of the Desert, Patriarch of Monks." This feast is celebrated in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite.

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Dec. 4 Wednesday of the First Week of Advent; Optional Memorial of St. John Damascene, priest and doctor, Weekday

St. John Damascene was a learned theologian who carefully gathered together and transmitted to us the teaching of the Greek Fathers, and is thus one of the most trustworthy witnesses to oriental tradition. He also wrote many liturgical hymns still in use today. St. John Damascene died in 749. Leo XIII proclaimed him a Doctor of the universal Church.

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Dec. 3 Memorial of St. Francis Xavier, priest, Memorial

St. Francis Xavier (1506-1552) was born in the castle of Xavier in Navarre, Spain. In 1525 he went to Paris where he met St. Ignatius Loyola and with whom he received Holy Orders in Venice in 1537. In 1540 he was sent to evangelize India. He labored in western India, the island of Ceylon, Malacca, Molucca Islands, island of Mindanao (Philippines), and Japan. In 1552 he started on a voyage to China but died on Sancian Island.

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U.S. Bishops Must Clear Up This Communion Confusion

By Msgr. Charles Pope | Judge Sara Smolenski, Chief Judge of the 63rd District Court in Kent County, Michigan, was recently advised by her pastor, Father Scott Nolan, that she should not receive Holy Communion because she...

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21 Holy Hacks for Advent

By Patti Armstrong | One of the best ways to experience the joy of Christmas is to have a good Advent, the time of preparing for our Savior.

Amid a culture that wants to mute religion, now is especially an important time to...

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A Nativity Scene Is a Multipurpose Instrument of Faith

By Father Raymond J. de Souza | Advent means preparing the Christmas Nativity scene, which the Holy Father encourages every family to include in their homes. And not just that.

Pope Francis,...

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